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These are pitcher plant moths. Pitcher plants trap insects(including moths)even … These are pitcher plant moths. Pitcher plants trap insects(including moths)even small birds, etc. Unusual Flowers, Unusual Plants, Rare Flowers, Exotic Plants, Cool Plants, Amazing Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Beautiful Gorgeous, Strange Flowers

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Pitcher plants look exotic, but they are extremely adaptable to any growing situation! Learn more about this gorgeous plant. Pond Plants, Garden Plants, House Plants, Water Garden, Aquatic Plants, Succulent Plants, Shade Plants, Succulents, Unusual Flowers

Growing Pitcher Plants

With tropical flamboyance, pitcher plants make a distinctive mark in the garden.

These stunning plants work hard to create outdoor privacy. These outdoor privacy plants are easy to manage, and a great addition to your yard. Try these plants for outdoor privacy! Privacy Landscaping, Garden Landscaping, Patio Privacy, Landscaping Ideas, Landscaping Software, Privacy Screen Plants, Luxury Landscaping, Inexpensive Landscaping, Landscaping Melbourne

Horsetail grass in modern planters..Fabulous idea for a privacy screen.. a little like bamboo!!

Horsetail grass in modern planters..Fabulous idea for a privacy screen.. a little like bamboo!!...

Blue Mountain bog gentian (Gentiana calycosa) growing in the Montana Native Plant Garden on the University of Montana campus.Mountain bog gentian (Gentiana calycosa) growing in the Montana Native Plant Garden on the University of Montana campus. Exotic Flowers, Amazing Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Rock Garden Plants, Blue Garden, Garden Pictures, Flower Pictures, Raindrops And Roses, Native Plants

Gentian Blue

What else to say - yum. Mountain bog gentian (Gentiana calycosa) growing in the Montana Native Plant Garden on the University of Montana campus. The throat of these flowers is just as incredible - see below.

Japanese Painted Fern - Loves moisture and shade Hardy Hibiscus survived zone has enormous blooms and loves wet feet! Ferns love damp soil - this is a cinnaomon stick fern. Water will rot the roots of most plants and. Bog Plants, Shade Plants, Water Plants, Garden Plants, Growing Plants, Bog Garden, Rain Garden, Shade Garden, Shade Annuals

The Best Plants For Wet Soil

Japanese Painted Fern - Loves moisture and shade Hardy Hibiscus survived zone 5, has enormous blooms and loves wet feet! Ferns love damp soil - this is a cinnaomon stick fern. Pink Bleeding Hearts. Water will rot the roots of most plants and...

 It was beautiful to see the vegetation change the higher we climbed Strange Flowers, Unusual Flowers, Rare Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Unusual Plants, Rare Plants, Exotic Plants, Tropical Plants, Bog Plants

Mount Kinabalu

Walk up part of mount Kinabalu. It was beautiful to see the vegetation change the higher we climbed

A top marsh or water-garden plant, swamp lily bears beautiful clusters of pink or white flowers from spring to fall and long, blue-green, strap-like leaves.Name: Crinum americanumGrowing Conditions: Full sun and moist to wet soilSize: To 4 feet tallZones: Water Garden Plants, Bog Garden, Pond Plants, Outdoor Plants, Water Gardens, Aquatic Plants, Flowers Garden, Planting Plants, Lily Garden

The 15 Best Native Plants for Gardens in the South

These tough plants withstand hot, humid conditions.

Lotus pinnatus - Bog Bird’s-foot Trefoil. Unfortunately this beautiful flower is on the endangered plants list in Canada Flora Flowers, Unusual Flowers, Unusual Plants, Rare Flowers, Exotic Plants, Flowers Nature, Amazing Flowers, Wild Flowers, Special Flowers

Lotus pinnatus - Bog Bird’s-foot Trefoil

Unfortunately this beautiful flower is on the endangered plants list in Canada. It is the same old sad story of human encroachment and land development. I know that they are trying to protect this land where these plants are, especially from those nasty 4x4s and ATVs. The below is quoted from COSEWIC assessment and status report on the bog bird’s-foot trefoil Lotus pinnatus in Canada. COSWIC is the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada in Ottawa. Status - Endangered Reason…